Springpad – quick and easy to take notes and save anything you want to remember

“Springpad is a free application that makes it quick and easy to take notes and save anything you want to remember in one place – from tasks and lists to products, places, movies, recipes and more.” [chrome web store]

Video: Springpad, YouTube

“Everything you save is automatically synchronized and instantly accessible on the web and your phone. Springpad for Chrome adds the additional capability of saving and accessing information even when you’re offline.” [chrome web store]

  • Save:
    – Take quick notes to capture ideas and information;
    – Create tasks and lists to manage your to-dos;
    – Save products, places, movies and more and get instantly enhanced information;
    – Save and access your stuff on the Web and from any Android and iOS device;
    – Use the web clipper and Chrome extension for more ways to save on the Web.
  • Organize:
    – Automatically organize everything in one central place;
    – Create Notebooks to manage separate projects;
    – Easily add tags, flags and alerts.
  • Act:
    – Set reminders for anything you’ve saved;
    – Get things done with links to relevant news, useful information and offers specific to what you’ve saved, including: product reviews, price comparison and price drops; movie show-times, listings, trailers, reviews, rental, ticket and dvd purchase; restaurant reservations, menus, reviews and daily deals -retailer discounts and coupons;
    – Share your stuff with friends and family.
  • Awards:
    – TIME Magazine 50 Best Websites 2010 Winner;
    – PC Magazine The Best Free Software of 2010 Winner.

Learn more about Springpad, the Chrome Extension and our mobile apps at Springpadit.com

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About M. R. Gruber

I am E-Learning-Coordinator and Lecturer at the Faculty of Arts, University of Zürich (CH), and lead the KUKUK initiative. I was Assistant Professor at CELSTEC (Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies), Open University of the Netherlands (NL), and guest lecturer at the University of Innsbruck (AT).
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